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1974 2002 Automatic, Behr A/c, Sunroof


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Automatic transmission
Factory Air Conditioning
Factory Sun Roof


*Newly replaced items within the last 100 miles*
Brakes
Carburetor replaced with genuine Weber 32/36 (rebuilt)
Alternator
Battery
Fuel Pump, and lines.
Rebuilt ignition system
All fluids replaced

I bought this car a few years ago with the intention of holding on to it long term, but plans have changed. I purchased it from California where it had been all if its existence. The car has yet to be driven in the rain or snow here in Utah. It has always been garage kept as well. The car starts, runs and drives well. The car could be a daily driver or with a few touches a fun weekend car. The paint is not original, but is in fair shape. The trim has some dings as well. The car appears to have been in a small front end collision that was repaired. There is one rust section about 3"x6" by the fuel tank on the passenger side, and a small spot on the trunk and sunroof.

All the strut towers are solid and in great shape. I have tried to keep the car as original as possible, while still keeping it reliable.

I may be interested in a trade for a 67-69 Datsun Roadster, a VW Beetle convertible or ragtop up to 1968, a Karman Ghia convertible, or a Type III Notchback.

Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Year: 1974
Make: BMW
Model: 2002
Body and Interior: Driver seat has two tears (see picture)
Engine and Drivetrain: Weber 32/36
Suspension, Brakes: Stock
 

Photo Album

http://imgur.com/a/kwFte#0

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  • 7 months later...

No major rust, just the spot under the passenger rear fuel tank. Not sure I would drive it that far, but it runs and starts just fine, I've just never personally driven it more than 10 at a time since I have owned it.

I will trya and get some undercarriage shots loaded to the above album tonight.

awesome! if I were inclined, I might just go out there were a rebuilt 32/36 and do a standard tune up before the roadtrip back to San Francisco. anxiously anticipating pics!

 

-Todd

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